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How do i implant keywords?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by DTjai, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. DTjai

    DTjai Regular Member

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    Heya guys,

    So i started a new website with my brother and we were wondering how google finds and identifies the keywords on your website as we would not know how to rank our website with them as we dont know how people find us?
    We would appreciate the help! =]

    Regards,

    DTJai
     
  2. elitesystem

    elitesystem Junior Member

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    It depends on what you are trying to rank for. Do some keyword research. People can find you through your brand name OR if you rank for certain keywords, :)
     
  3. lmxftw

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    Hello Dear Sir!

    We are SEO company based in UK and we provide freshest links with high PR and good content + "secret stuffs".
    We can implant keywords for you at a rate of 1$/keyword for the 10 keyword plan and 0.75$/keyword on the 25 keyword plan and 0.50$/keyword at the 50 keyword plan.
    We are looking forward to workings with you and are very happy.


    dude ... a keyword is a word you're using in your content .. it's called a "KEY" "WORD" because it is the main focus of the content you're writing and/or of the way you want to be found. Also if you harness the power of some "KEYWORDS" you will be able to get 5 points in Flappy bird...
     
  4. noseo

    noseo Regular Member

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    Let me tell you a little secret.

    When I want to rank for my keyword, I do this:

    <TITLE>My Keyword and Stuff</TITLE>
    <H1>My Keyword and Stuff</H1>

    I've been doing this since way back when people had pagers, and Google always manages to find my keyword.